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Jul
30
comment group option in fstab not working
I did not miss that. The user attempting to mount is a member of the "disk" group, which is the owning group of the file. Further, as I stated in my edit, it appears that the fstab "group" functionality only works for special files and not loop mounts.
May
20
awarded  Editor
May
20
revised group option in fstab not working
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May
20
comment group option in fstab not working
With my loopback test, user works perfectly, but owner does not work at all. What I did find though is that my problem with group seems confined to loop and does not manifest with real block devices. I will edit my question with further details.
Apr
18
comment group option in fstab not working
The group membership is absolutely there. I edited it into /etc/group myself, and the groups command confirms it.
Apr
17
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Apr
17
asked group option in fstab not working
Jun
24
awarded  Supporter